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Nike 1972 Blazer

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The Nike Blazer was one of the first Nike shoes ever made and released in 1972, the first year of Nike. The Blazer is the first basketball shoe to utilize the iconic Swoosh logo, now one of the most recognizable logos in sports and design history. Forty nine years later, the sneaker remains a brand favorite. 

This particular pair of Blazers, is from the original 1972 release. They feature the classic white leather upper and black Swoosh. The Blazer was worn by such basketball legends as Geoff Petrie, the "Iceman" George Gervin, World B. Free, Dennis Johnson, and Darrel "Dr. Dunkenstein" Griffith.

  • An original pair of Nike Blazers from 1972, the first year of Nike.
  • White leather upper with black Swoosh.
  • Exposed foam tongue with the first lowercase cursive Nike logo tongue tags.
  • White Suede detail at lateral side of upper.
  • White cotton lining and laces.
  • This item is final sale and not eligible for return.
Condition Report

Wear is consistent with age.

Light scuffing and creasing on the leather upper.

Some frayed threads at the heel.

Sneakers older than 10 years may damage quickly with wear.

Sneaker Type
Basketball
Sneaker Model
Blazer
Year
1972
Color
Materials
Material Notes
Glue
Gender
US Size
8.5
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